Science and National Defense

January 1945
New Republic;1/1/1945, Vol. 112 Issue 1, p7
Reports that a great many American scientists have been mobilized in the national defense during the European War. Attention to the problem associated with the relationship between science and the government in the postwar world; Problems of utilization of wartime research for peaceful production; Estimation of yearly postwar defense expenditures of the U.S.


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